You may not have realized it, but April means that the 100th day of the year is here!
We were still on vacation on the actual day (April 10th) but did some fun things to learn about 100 before we left and since we got back.
Since we're still in the hundreds (today is 104) I figure
the party is still on!
You know that we'll take any excuse for a party around here!
We had a lot of fun making our 100 piece trail mix. The packet (see below) comes with a printable for this but I just divided papers with columns so it would be easier for Kay to count hers out.
|These are our 10 bowls of choices: graham pieces, fruitloops, fishies, pretzle fish, marshmallows, m&ms, craisins, raisins, peanuts, and banana chips|
We also made caterpillars by circle cutting paper and writing numbers to practice skip-counting by 5. Then did it with nickels and dimes.
Lots of ways to count to 100!
There is also a great packet (shown above) that we've been enjoying that you can print out at Whattheteacherwants.
So, if you didn't get to celebrate the 100th day, there's still time to party! Have fun!